Mesa, AZ RV Resorts

Mesa, AZ RV Resorts
Mesa, situated on the Apache Trail in Arizona, offers many opportunities for outdoor recreation. The Apache Trail runs 40 miles through unpaved and paved roads with mountains, lakes and forests as the background. Outdoor adventures along the trail include fishing, hiking trails and lots of chances to see wildlife. If you are traveling by recreational vehicle, Mesa is home to a number of RV parks, some with resort-type amenities.

Good Life RV Resort

Good Life RV Resort offers full hook-ups for RV travelers and access to telephone, cable and Internet service. The resort has swimming pools, spas, shuffleboard courts, library, horseshoe pits, fitness center, putting green, tennis and driving cages. Resort is pet-friendly and offers special walking areas for your pet. Dancing at Good Life's ballroom, one of the largest in the area, is available weekly.

Good Life RV Resort‎
3403 E. Main St.
Mesa, Arizona 85213
(800) 999-4990

Orangewood Shadows RV Resort

Orangewood Shadows RV Resort, a senior park, requires the first resident to be at least 55 years old and the second to be at least 35. Orange, grapefruit and lemon trees dot the landscape at Orangewood. Residents can pick the fruit as they please. Orangewood has a clubhouse, heated pools, hot tub, fitness facility, community room, library, shuffleboard courts and non-denominational church services. A full activity schedule is offered at Orangewood with activities including bingo, bowling, fish fries, theme dinners, softball, hiking and pancake breakfasts.

Orangewood Shadows RV Resort‎
3165 E. University Drive
Mesa, Arizona 85213
(480) 832-1040

Mesa Spirit RV Resort

Mesa Spirit RV Resort has 1,800 RV spaces with full hookups. The resort has a putting green, tennis, barbecue areas, fitness facility, horseshoe pits, billiards room and activities, including ceramic making, silversmithing and wood-working. Mesa Spirit is pet-friendly with spaces reserved just for pets.

Mesa Spirit RV Resort
3020 E. Main St.
Mesa, Arizona 85213
(877) 924-6709

Article Written By Sommer Leigh

Sommer Leigh has produced home, garden, family and health content since 1997 for such nationally known publications as "Better Homes and Gardens," "Ladies' Home Journal," "Midwest Living," "Healthy Kids" and "American Baby." Leigh also owns a Web-consulting business and writes for several Internet publications. She has a Bachelor of Science in information technology and Web management from the University of Phoenix.

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